Grammy Looks: Glam or Slam?

Without a doubt, Beyoncé was the golden girl of the 2004 Grammys. Along with taking home five statues (including best female R&B vocal performance for Dangerously in Love), she stole the show on the red carpet in chartreuse silk and onstage in a hot pink minidress. Read on to see who else hit high notes, and who fell flat.

  • THE WHITE STRIPES: GLAM photo | The White Stripes, Jack White, Meg White

Credit: Mark J. Terrill/AP

Updated: Tuesday Apr 06, 2004 | 01:00 AM EDT By: By Lucy Maher and Serena Kappes

THE WHITE STRIPES: GLAM

Jack White has vowed that he and bandmate Meg White will only wear black, white and red, and they didn't disappoint at the Grammys. The winners (for best alternative album for Elephant) went retro in style in their signature colors – she in an old-school Hollywood gown, and he in a '60s-inspired suit.



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